Meet Laura Beg: Mauritian Superstar
Laura Beg is a singer-songwriter representing Mauritius on Coke Studio Africa Season 5. Seasoned, talented and insanely gorgeous, here’s a short intro on her:
The Building Blocks of Sami Dan
Imagine a Lecture Hall in AAU aka Addis Ababa University. A young man is seated, taking notes about the science behind making buildings defy gravity and age.
Patoranking on style, Coke Studio & awards
Patoranking is an award-winning Nigerian singer, songwriter and performing artiste who shot to fame with super catchy musical compositions like the remix of Girlie O.
Ethiopian music queen ‘Betty G’ on her Coke Studio return
In 2017, one of Ethiopia’s fastest rising music stars Betty Gof the “Yekelekilal” hit returns to Coke Studio Africa for a second time, this time collaborating with Tanzanian singer Nandy.
Young Girls –Big Dreams: Meet The Band BeCa
Becky Sangoloand and Carol Kamweru, or the Band BeCa from Kenya is a music duo that was named among The Fresh Class of 2017 by Kenya’s top entertainment magazine Pulse and listed on MTV Africa's 2017 List of New Artistes to Watch.
The Rise of Nigerian Trap King: Dremo
Dremo is a fresh, young and urban new school rapper who has recently been touted as Nigeria’s trap king.
The Jano Band Wave
Jano Band is a Rock-fusion band from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Producer Speak: Gemini Major
This Malawaian music producer based in South Africa, Gemini Major, was formerly signed to Cassper Nyovest’s label: Family Tree Records
Queen Sheebah on the journey to Coke Studio
Award-winning Ugandan singer and dancer, Sheebah Karungi, is on top of her game.
Producer Speak: Masterkraft on why Coke Studio is Africa’s Best Thing
In 2017, Masterkraft returns to Coke Studio Africa alongside seven other heavyweight music producers from across the continent.
Lydia Jazmine on her Coke Studio Return
Uganda’s sensational singer Lydia Jazmine is Coke Studio Africa’s first artist to be featured on the show as a Big Break Artist only to return a season later as a Main Artist.